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ABA Tutor
$37K-$46K / yr. (est.)
$38K
$42,129 / year
$46K
Average base salary
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About ABA Tutor

What does an ABA Tutor do?

As ABA Tutors, we are responsible for assisting in the development of individualized programs, underpinned by the science of ABA (applied behavior analysis), with specific emphasis on a verbal behavior (VB) approach to language. We have to implement these programs on either a 1:1, 1:2, or small group basis, dependent on the needs of the student(s) they are assigned to work with. Also, we prepare resources for the running of targets for each student's program.

Core tasks:

  • collecting accurate data on both challenging behavior and skill acquisition throughout the school day
  • graphing daily data at the end of the school day and cumulative progress data at the end of the school week
  • maintaining records in each students’ individual folder; archiving old data appropriately
  • assisting class instructors and seniors in the running and set up of daily classroom activities

Insights

How Many Years of Experience Do Professionals Need Before Becoming ABA Tutor?
On average, people work 3-5 years in other positions prior to becoming a ABA Tutor.
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ABA TutorSan Francisco, CA - 11 months ago
Absolutely! ABA Tutors need to have a strong foundation and understanding of behavior analysis, which often requires previous work in related positions.
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ABA TutorSeattle, WA - 11 months ago
🤨 I would argue that prior experience should be highly encouraged, but not necessarily required. Skills and passion matter more!
How Long Do ABA Tutor Employees Typically Stay in Their Roles?
On average, ABA Tutors works in this position for 1-3 years across multiple employers.
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PsychologistNew York City, NY - 11 months ago
It's disheartening to hear that ABA Tutors often don't stay in this field for more than a couple of years. We need to provide them with more support and career growth opportunities. 😔
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Family AdvocateMiami, FL - 11 months ago
As a Parent Advocate, I've witnessed the dedication ABA Tutors have towards helping children with autism. It's time they receive the respect and financial stability they deserve. 💪
What Is the Job Hopper Score for ABA Tutor Employees?
Moderate job changes in ABA Tutor, showing some career movement without excessive turnover.
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School AdministratorPhiladelphia, PA - 11 months ago
As a School Administrator, I see this as a positive reflection of ABA Tutors exploring various roles and gaining valuable experience.
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Student AdministrationNew York City, NY - 11 months ago
i think infographics r unnecessary but if it helps ABA Tutors find stability then it's good🙂

Career path

Path to job

Discover a ABA Tutor's areas of knowledge sorted by their majors.
Explore the list of higher education institutions that a ABA Tutor typically studied at.
Bridgewater State University
Brigham Young University-Idaho

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Demographics

What Is the Age and Gender Ratio of ABA Tutor Employees?
Gender ratio in ABA Tutor position: 0.203389830508475 Male and 0.796610169491525 Female. Age ratio in ABA Tutor position: 16-20: 13%, 21-30: 78%, 31-40: 6%, 41-50: 2%, 51-60: 1%, 60+: 0%. ABA Tutor position is predominantly female (79.7%) with the largest age group being 21-30 years old, followed by 16-20 years old.
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ABA TutorPhoenix, AZ - 11 months ago
🙄 Diversity is important, but is it really necessary to push a specific gender ratio in every occupation? Shouldn't it be based on personal choice and interest?
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ABA TutorPhiladelphia, PA - 11 months ago
No one is suggesting forcing anyone into a career they don't want. Encouraging more men to consider ABA Tutor positions would simply increase diversity and provide more role models for children with autism.

Workplaces

Who Are the Top Employers for ABA Tutor?
Top employers of ABA Tutor position: Butterfly Effects, Canton Public Schools, Hanover Public Schools. People who work in ABA Tutor position most typically go on to work for the Butterfly Effects.
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ABA TutorChicago, IL - 11 months ago
Honestly, I think all the top employers mentioned in this infographic have their pros and cons. It's important for ABA Tutors to do their own research and make decisions based on their personal priorities and preferences.
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ABA TutorMiami, FL - 11 months ago
Ugh, Butterfly Effects is such a nightmare to work for! They overwork their staff and don't appreciate their hard work. I regret ever joining them.
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Canton Public Schools
Hanover Public Schools
What Industries Does ABA Tutor Typically Have Experience In?
Industry Background: The most typical industries of ABA Tutor: Health Care, Education, Religious / Grantmaking / Civic, Mining / Oil & Gas, Administrative & Support. ABA Tutor employees most likely come from a Health Care industry background.
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ABA TutorChicago, IL - 11 months ago
Anyone else feel overwhelmed by all the paperwork that comes with being an ABA tutor? 📝
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ABA TutorNew York City, NY - 11 months ago
Can we talk about how underpaid ABA tutors are? It's ridiculous considering the impact we have on these children's lives. 💔

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Discussion about ABA Tutor

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How is the gender diversity among people working as an ABA Tutor?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
More women than men choose this profession.
What is the typical age to work as an ABA Tutor?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
People working as an ABA Tutor are 25 old on average.
Is an ABA Tutor considered to be a junior profession?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
You should work for 4 years on average to become an ABA Tutor.
Which industries have a lot of people working in ABA Tutor roles?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
Most typically work in the Education industry.
Do I need a degree to work as an ABA Tutor?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
As an ABA Tutor you’ll probably need Bachelor of Arts degree
Where are you working as an ABA Tutor?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
Working as an ABA Tutor it might be a good next step to work for Butterfly Effects, Canton Public Schools, Hanover Public Schools and Learning Solutions Kids
How many years do people spend as an ABA Tutor in their career path?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
An ABA Tutor typically changes positions after 2 years.
How frequently people change companies if they work as an ABA Tutor?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
On average an ABA Tutor works for only a few companies.
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